The StoryCorps Podcast
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Honoring Black Voices
Discover these stories from StoryCorps Griot, our national initiative to ensure that the voices, experiences, and life stories of African American people are preserved and presented with dignity.
Me & You
Jackie Miller and her son, Scott, share a conversation that leads to unexpected revelations and shows the profound love between a mother and her child.
“And you said, ‘I want you to do that house, please.’”
Sharon and Larry Adams remember how their love story turned into a love affair with their whole community.
Leading the Way
John Washington, 95, was born blind and with a severe loss of hearing. He sat down with his eldest child, Melva Washington Toomer, for a conversation about the pride he takes in his kids and to laugh over some of their childhood hijinks.
"Anytime they had a stunt to do with a black actor, they would paint these white guys in blackface."
Willie Harris and Alex Brown remember the prejudice they faced as African American stuntmen while breaking into the film industry in the 1960s.